Preview: Live At Leeds

For one day a year, the venues of Leeds come together and open their doors for collaborative festival Live At Leeds; West Yorkshire's very own SXSW. This edition is celebrating a decade of the festival, and...

Listen: The Big Moon – Cupid

The Big Moon may have overshot Valentines by a great deal, but they're delving into romance on new number 'Cupid'. Loud and bold, it's built on the folk rumblings of the late Dry The River and injects their Fle...

Listen: Twin Peaks – Butterfly

The boys from Illinois Twin Peaks have dropped a typically raucous new cut, 'Butterfly'. The second track from their forthcoming third album Down In Heaven, it follows on from the spry, Lennon-esque 'Walk To Th...

EP Review: Kojey Radical – 23 Winters

It's not his first EP or cohesive body of work, but 23 Winters is undoubtedly a statement of intent from 23 year-old wordsmith Kojey Radical. Much like Kate Tempest, he's a poet that employs beats to reach a wi...

Listen: Jack Garratt – Fire

Jack Garratt is undoubtedly 2016's rising star, catapulting from last year's support slot on Mumford & Sons' stadium tour straight into first place on the BBC's Sound Of competition, and with a sold out UK ...

Album Review: Hinds – Leave Me Alone

With Leave Me Alone, Hinds offer up the first record of 2016, and something warm in the depths of winter. The Madrid natives began as a duo a few years back, bringing out a number of demos before expanding thei...

Album Review: Swim Deep – Mothers

A homage to creation, self-professed attempt at escapism, going to war; a few of the ways Swim Deep have described their sophomore album Mothers. It’s a slight oversell, and at first it’s alien and exhausting...